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Terminus 400AP Products User Manual – Hardware Guide

This hardware guide applies to serial numbers beginning with 03: 03-xxxxx

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JA07-UM-SN3 A00 30 May 2012

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Connor-Winfield makes every effort to ensure the quality of the information it makes available...... 2 400AP Open Platform General Description.................................... ................. 12 GPS RF Port ...................... 4-8 SDRAM Memory NAND Flash Memory SD Memory Card RS-232 Serial Communications RS-232 USART1 Connections RS-232 DBGU Connections RS-232 Transceiver Connections RS-485 Serial Communications RS485-USART2 Connections USB Host Serial Communications USB Device Serial Communications Ethernet 10/100 PHY Controller Area Network (CAN) CAN0 Controller Connections CAN0 Transceiver Connections CAN1 Controller Connections CAN1 Transceiver Connections RTC Accelerometer Cellular Plug-In Terminal Plug-In MODEM Connections.......................................................................... .................... ............................................ All rights reserved 2011 Connor-Winfield Corporation Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 2 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice .. agents or subcontractors of the owner or licensee of this document... 3 Plug-In Terminals 400AP Peripherals.................... 18 Revision History.................Coming Soon.................. Connor-Winfield does not make any warranty as to the information contained herein................................. Notwithstanding the foregoing................................ 15-16 Absolute Maximum Ratings Recommended Operating Conditions I/O Levels (3......................................................................................... 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Connor-Winfield disclaims any and all responsibility for the application of the devices characterized in this document........................................... without the prior written consent of Connor-Winfield.................................................................................................................Coming Soon..................................................................................................................................................Coming Soon................. 12 Front Panel ........................................................... and notes that the application of the device must comply with the safety standards of the applicable country............... 11 Red LEDs Yellow LEDs Green LEDs Cellular RF Port ............................................................................................. 12 20 Pin Header............................ 12 Rear Panel ............................ with the relevant wiring rules........................................................................................... is strictly prohibited.............Coming Soon................................... 12 Installing SIM Card Samtec Part Numbers............................................. ConnorWinfield reserves the right to make modifications........8V CMOS) I/O Levels (RS-232 Transceiver) I/O Levels (RS-485 Transceiver) I/O Levels (CAN Transceiver) Mechanical Specifications .................................................................................... 8-10 UART_ENABLE Truth Table UART SUPPLY Truth Table Enable VBUS ON_OFF Truth Table RESET Truth Table PWRMON Truth Table SERVICE Truth Table GPS_RESET Truth Table Monetary Buttons.......... 17 Ordering Information................. nevertheless be incorporated into new editions of this application note.Coming Soon.................................................................................. or improvements to programs and/or equipment at any time and without notice.................................................................................................................................................................................... loss or damage of any kind incurred by use of or reliance upon the information...........................................................

Janus has hardware/ software partners waiting to assist users in quickly getting your product to market. we can show them how to set up Linux toolchain to quickly compile a Linux Kernel and Filesystem so users are up and running in hours. CDMA. expanded memory and cellular communication protocols to fit any application. The 400AP provides one platform that supports current cellular technology with the future in mind. Power SDRAM NAND Flash Wired Ethernet 802. Plug-In Terminus offer easy integration and interchangeability of communication protocols between GSM/GPRS. HSPA and more by combining full M2M functionality with the flexibility of a standard “plug-in” DIP design. By using these modules to power the cellular technology of the 400AP. The AMTEL ARM9™ processor has a large support community available to reference while developing applications. Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 3 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . Additionally. users can easily change cellular technology without having to change platforms.3 MicroSD Card GPIO 400AP Plug-In MODEM (Cellular & GPS) AT91SAM9G20 RS-232 Serial Port RS-485 Serial Port CAN0 CAN1 RTC Accelerometer RS-232 Debug USB Host Plug-In Terminals: Cellular communication protocols for the Terminus 400AP are powered by Terminus Plug-In terminals.400AP Open Platform General Description The 400AP Intelligent Terminus provides a complete wireless communication device with integrated ARM9™ processor. These terminals share the same mechanical footprint and offer users the ability to configure their applications for communications via any cellular protocol. The Terminus 400AP allows users the flexibility to choose OS and if users are looking for embedded Linux OS.

0 Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 4 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . For a complete technical description of the NAND flash memory please refer to the Micron Data Sheet. For a complete description of the EBI and static memory controller refer to the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 User Manual.400AP Peripherals: The 400AP is loosely based on the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 reference design. Micron Part Number: MT29F1G08ABBDAH4:D SD Memory Card: A micro SD memory card socket is connected to the MultiMedia Card Interface (MCI) of the 9G20 processor via Slot A. SDRAM Memory: The 400AP includes a single chip of 64MB SDRAM and is connected to the External Bus Interface (EBI) of the 9G20 processor via a 16-bit data bus. Slot A can be used to boot an application from or be used to store application data. Micron Part Number: MT48H32M16LFB4-75 IT:C NAND Flash Memory: A single chip of 128MB bootable NAND flash is connected to the EBI of the 9G20 processor via an 8-bit data bus. The following section will describe the connections of memory and peripherals as they pertain to the 400AP platform. For a complete technical description of the SDRAM memory please refer to the Micron Data Sheet. The MCI is complaint with the SD Memory Card Specification V1. For a complete description of the EBI and NAND flash support refer to the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 User Manual.

400AP Peripherals continued: RS-232 Serial Communications: Two RS-232 serial ports are available on the 400AP. For a complete description of the RS-485 transceiver please refer to the Maxim Data Sheet. Texas Instrument Part Number: MAX3238 RS-232 USART1 Connections: Pin Name PB6 PB7 PB28 PB29 AT91SAM9G20 Function Pin TXD1 RXD1 RTS1 CTS1 12 14 16 18 400AP – Locking Header 2x10 Name Function RS232-TX RS232-RX RS232-RTS RS232-CTS Serial Data Output Serial Data Input Ready To Send Output Clear To Send Input RS-232 DBGU Connections: Pin Name PB15 PB14 AT91SAM9G20 Function Pin DTXD DRXD 2 3 400AP – DB9 Name RS232-DTX RS232-DRX Function Serial Data Output Serial Data Input RS-232 Transceiver Connections: Pin Name PA23 PA24 AT91SAM9G20 Function Pin GPIO GPIO 13 14 MAX3238 Name FORCEON NFORCEOFF Function Force On Input (Pulled-High) Force Off Input (Pulled-High) J1708 / RS-485 Serial Communications: A single J1708 RS-485 serial port is available on the 400AP. The RS-485 serial port is externally exposed via the 20pin locking connector on the rear panel of the 400AP. The 9G20 debug serial port is exposed externally via a DB9 connector on the front panel of the 400AP. USART1 is capable of using RTS/CTS hardware flow control. Both ports use the same RS-232 transceiver chip and can be simultaneous disabled by use of the FORCEON and NFORCEOFF control inputs.Transceiver Configuration Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 5 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . For a complete description of this functionality please refer to the Texas Instrument Data Sheet. For a complete description of the USART and RS-485 functionality refer to the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 User Manual. The serial port is connected to USART2 of the 9G20 processor. For a complete description of the DBGU and USART functionality refer to the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 User Manual. Maxim Part Number: MAX13430E. The debug USART is implemented with RX and TX signaling. This port can be used as a Universal Synchronous Asynchronous Receiver Transceiver (USART) or as the serial interface to the Debug Unit (DBGU) of the 9G20 processor. Figure 1 . The second RS-232 serial port is externally exposed via the 20-pin locking connector on the rear panel of the 400AP and is connected to USART1 of the 9G20 processor.

For a complete description of the USB and UDP functionality refer to the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 User Manual. The USB Device Port (UDP) is compliant with the Universal Serial Bus (USB) V2. Channel A .400AP Peripherals continued: J1708 / RS-485 Serial Communications continued RS-485 Connections: AT91SAM9G20 Pin Name Function Pin Name PB8 PB9 TXD2 (Inverted) RXD2 3 2 DE RO MAX13430E Function Driver Output Enable Receiver Output MAX13430E Pin Name Pin 8 9 RS485A Serial Data I/O A RS485B Serial Data I/O B 6 8 400AP – Locking Header 2x10 Function Serial Data I/O A Serial Data I/O B USB Host Serial Communications: There are two USB host ports on the 400AP. Davicom Part Number: DM9161BIEP Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 6 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . For a complete technical description of the physical layer chip please refer to the Davicom Data Sheet. The physical layer fully complies with IEEE802.3U 10BASE-T /100BASE-TX standards. USB Device Serial Communications: There is a single USB device port externally exposed on the front panel of the 400AP.USB Host Port (UHP) controls the Janus Remote Communications Plug-In cellular terminal. For a complete description of the USB and UHP functionality refer to the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 User Manual.0 full-speed device specification.USB Host Port (UHP) is externally exposed on the front panel of the 400AP. Ethernet 10/100 PHY: A physical layer transceiver for 100BASE-TX and 10BASE-T operations is available on the 400AP. The physical layer is connected to the Ethernet 10/100 MAC of the 9G20 processor via an RMII interface.3/ IEEE802. For a complete description of the Ethernet 10/100 MAC refer to the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 User Manual. Channel B .

The CAN controllers comply with version 2.400AP Peripherals continued: Controller Area Network (CAN): Two stand-alone Controller Area Network (CAN) controllers/transceivers are available on the 400AP. For a complete description of the SPI interface refer to the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 User Manual. For a complete technical description of the CAN controller and transceiver chip please refer to the NXP Data Sheets. Microchip Part Number: NXP Part Number: MCP2515 TJF1051 MCP2515 Pin Name 19 18 17 16 14 13 12 11 RESET CS SO SI SCK INT RX0BF RX1BF CAN0 Controller Connections: AT91SAM9G20 Pin Name Function NRST PA3 PA0 PA1 PA2 PB20 PB21 PB1 Reset SPI0 – NPCS0 SPI0 – MISO SPI0 – MOSI SPI0 – SPCK GPIO GPIO GPIO Function Reset Chip Select Serial Data Out Serial Data In Serial Clock Interrupt RXB0 Interrupt RXB1 Interrupt CAN0 Transceiver Connections: TJF1051 Pin Name Function 7 6 8 CANH CANL S CAN High-Level I/O CAN Low-Level I/O Silent Mode Enable 400AP – Locking Header 2x10 Pin Name Function 7 9 PB13 CANH0 CANL0 GPIO CAN High-Level I/O CAN Low-Level I/O TJF1051 AT91SAM9G20 CAN1 Controller Connections: AT91SAM9G20 Pin Name Function NRST PC16 PA0 PA1 PA2 PB2 PB3 PB16 Reset SPI0 – NPCS2 SPI0 – MISO SPI0 – MOSI SPI0 – SPCK GPIO GPIO GPIO MCP2515 Pin Name 19 18 17 16 14 13 12 11 RESET CS SO SI SCK INT RX0BF RX1BF Function Reset Chip Select Serial Data Out Serial Data In Serial Clock Interrupt RXB0 Interrupt RXB1 Interrupt CAN1 Transceiver Connections: TJF1051 Pin Name Function 7 6 8 CANH CANL S CAN High-Level I/O CAN Low-Level I/O Silent Mode Enable 400AP – Locking Header 2x10 Pin Name Function 13 15 PB13 CANH1 CANL1 GPIO CAN High-Level I/O CAN Low-Level I/O TJF1051 AT91SAM9G20 Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 7 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice .0B of the Controller Area Network specification. The CAN controllers are connected via the SPI interface of the 9G20 processor.

For a complete technical description of the accelerometer please refer to the Bosch data sheet. For a complete technical description of the RTC please refer to the ST data sheet. The RTC has a built-in power-on reset controller that controls the NRST input of the AT91SAM9G20 processor. Janus Remote Communications Part Numbers: GSM865CF. Accelerometer: A three axis digital accelerometer is available on the 400AP. The battery socket has been protected from reverse battery installation. and HSPA version of the Plug-In terminal available. For a complete technical description of the Plug-In Terminus. CDMA/1xRTT. All required I/O to control the Plug-In terminal including USB. The SPI / I2C interface of the accelerometer has been connected via 9G20 GPIO. There is a GSM/GPRS. I2C Data SCL/SCK Serial Clock Input SA0/SDO SPI Data Output. I2C A0 CS Chip Select PS Protocol Select INT2 Interrupt Output 2 INT1 Interrupt Output 1 Cellular Plug-In Terminal: A socket for a Janus Remote Communication Plug-In terminal is available on the 400AP. ST Part Number: M41T94 AT91SAM9G20 Pin Name Function Pin NRST Reset Input PC17 SPI0 – NPCS3 PA0 SPI0 – MISO PA1 SPI0 – MOSI PA2 SPI0 – SPCK PC18 GPIO 3 15 9 12 10 14 5 M41T94 Name Function RST Power-on Reset OD output CS Chip Select SO Serial Data Out SI Serial Data In SCK Serial Clock IRQ Interrupt Output MR 400AP External Reset Button RTC Backup Battery: A CR1220 primary Lithium coin cell is supplied with the 400AP. The RTC is connected via the SPI interface of the 9G20 processor. During reverse battery installation the RTC will not be able to maintain time when power is removed.400AP Peripherals continued: Real Time Clock (RTC): A battery backed up RTC is available on the 400AP. USART and GPIO’s are described below. ST Part Number: BMA222 AT91SAM9G20 Pin Name Function Pin PC19 PC20 PC21 PC22 PC23 PC24 PC25 GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO 2 12 1 10 11 6 1 BMA222 Name Function SDA/SDI SPI Data Input. please refer to the Janus Remote Communications User Guide. CDMA864CF and HSPA910CF Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 8 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . For a complete description of the SPI interface refer to the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 User Manual.

Plug-In terminal power supply is disabled. This state should be entered when the Plug-In terminal is powered off. ENABLE SUPPLY Truth Table: ENABLE SUPPLY (PC15) 0 1 Function Plug-In terminal power supply is enabled and supplying power to the Plug-In terminal. Plug-In terminal VBUS input is set to 5Vdc. AT91SAM9G20 digital outputs driving into Plug-In terminal are set to High-Z. ENABLE VBUS (PC3) ENABLE VBUS (PC3) 0 1 Function Plug-In terminal VBUS input is set to ground. This state should be entered when the Plug-In terminal is powered on. Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 9 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . UART_ENABLE Truth Table: UART_ENABLE (PB30) 0 1 Function AT91SAM9G20 digital outputs driving into Plug-In terminal are enabled.Plug-In MODEM Connections: AT91SAM9G20 Pin Name Function PC15 PC8 PC9 PB31 PC12 PC10 PB11 PB10 PA30 PA31 PB4 PB5 PB26 PB27 PB22 PB24 PB23 PB25 HDPB HDMB GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO RXD3 TXD3 RXD4 TXD4 TXD0 RXD0 RTS0 CTS0 DSR0 DTR0 DCD0 RI0 USB Data + USB Data - Plug-In MODEM Pin Name Function 3 19 20 18 17 35 34 33 13 14 9 4 11 6 5 10 8 7 28 27 ENABLE SUPPLY ON_OFF RESET PWRMON SERVICE GPS_RESET GPS_TX GPS_RX TRACE_TX TRACE_RX TXD RXD RTS CTS DSR DTR DCD RING USB_D+ USB_D- Plug-In Enable Input ON OFF Toggle Input Cellular Reset Input Power Monitor Output Service Input MS20 GPS Reset Input MS20 NMEA TXD Output MS20 NMEA RXD Input Trace Serial Port – TXD Output Trace Serial Port – RXD Input DCE Serial Port – TXD Input DCE Serial Port – RXD Output DCE Serial Port – RTS Input DCE Serial Port – CTS Output DCE Serial Port – DSR Output DCE Serial Port – DTR Input DCE Serial Port – DCD Output DCE Serial Port – RING Output USB D+ USB D- Note 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Notes: 1) Digital I/O is level converted to match I/O levels between the AT91SAM9G20 and the Plug-In MODEM. Level converted outputs from the AT91SAM9G20 can be set High-Z by use of UART_ENABLE input.

SERVICE state is enabled.Plug-In MODEM Connections continued: ON_OFF Truth Table: ON_OFF (PC8) 0 1 Function Run state. GPS_RESET Truth Table: GPS_RESET (PC10) 0 1 Note: Applies to GSM400AP V1. Plug-In terminal is in an Off State. GSM400AP models can have GSM radio firmware uploaded via TRACE serial port. Input should remain in this state after the Plug-In terminal has been turned On or Off. Hold time to turn Plug-In terminal On: > 1s Hold time to turn Plug-In terminal Off: > 2s RESET Truth Table: RESET (PC9) 0 1 Function Run state. Hold time to reset MS20 GPS receiver: > 1ms Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 10 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . Input should remain in this state for a specified amount of time in order to turn On or Off the Plug-In terminal. Input should remain in this state when MS20 GPS receiver is operational. Reset State. SERVICE Truth Table: SERVICE (PC12) 0 1 Note: Applies to GSM400AP models only Function SERVICE state is disabled. MS20 GPS Receiver Reset State.00 model only Function Run state. Hold time to reset Plug-In terminal: > 200ms PWRMON Truth Table: PWRMON (PB31) 0 1 Function Plug-In terminal is in an On State. Input should remain in this state when Plug-In terminal is operational. Toggle state.

Clear ON_OFF signal PC8 = Logic Low PB31 = = Logic Low PB30 = Logic Low 9. Read PWRMON input to determine if the Plug-In terminal is on. Clear Cellular Reset. Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 11 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . To turn off the Plug-In terminal the following steps must be followed. Read PWRMON input to determine if the Plug-In MODEM is on. Enable Plug-In terminal power supply. To turn on the Plug-In terminal the following steps must be followed. Enable USART. PB30 = Logic High PC8 = Logic High 2. High-Z all digital outputs driving into the Plug-In terminal. 10. For GSM400AP models disable Service mode. PC15 = Logic Low PC9 = Logic Low PB30 = Logic High PC12 = Logic Low PC10 = Logic Low PC8 = Logic High 2. Set ON_OFF signal 3. 5. Set ON_OFF signal 7. 1. Wait at least 3 second 4. 3. At this point the Plug-In terminal is turned off. 6.Plug-In MODEM Connections continued: On power up the Plug-In terminal is in an off state. CDMA and HSPA 400AP models can also use the AT command virtual serial port exposed via the USB port. At this time the Plug-In terminal is on and AT commands can be sent via USART0.00 models clear MS20 GPS receiver reset. 4. Wait at least 3 seconds 8. High-Z all digital outputs driving into the Plug-In terminal. Clear ON_OFF signal PC8 = Logic Low PB31 = = Logic High 5. 1. For GSM400AP V1.

9G20 boots into SAM-BA mode and green LED illuminates. If NAND Flash has been erased. Apply power to 400AP or depress After reset is released. full service Permanently Off Permanently On Fast Blinking (0. Press Mode button 2. The 400AP application note Uploading Files into Flash explains how to write the bootloader to flash..3 sec on / 2.Momentary Buttons: Reset Button: The Reset button is connected to the reset controller of the 400AP. this functionality will not exist. This LED is off by default unless the application defines its state. 400AP is in Normal Run Mode 2. The green LED will not illuminate in this case.during boot Application defined after boot 400AP Operation Mode 400AP is powered Booted into application which controls LED state Yellow LED: The yellow LED indicates the Plug-in Terminal operation status. Note: The 400AP response to the mode button is defined by the application that was executed during boot.5 sec on / 0. Yellow LED State 400AP Operation State Cellular radio is off A call is active Net search / not registered / turning off Registered. After boot. SAM-BA Mode 400AP powered. Apply power to 400AP or depress Reset Button 3. Application 400AP is in Normal Run Mode. Note: Using this method to enter SAM-BA mode is supported when using the factory-supplied bootloader that evaluates the Mode button during boot.5 sec off) Slow Blinking (0. Green LED State 400AP Operation State Booting into application Entered SAMBA Mode Booted into application which controls LED state Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 12 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 Permanently Off – during boot Permanently On – during boot Application defined – after boot © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . This LED is on by default unless the application defines its state. Interrupt Mode 9G20 GPIO PB18 is set logic high when Mode button is pressed.7 sec off) Green LED: The green LED is connected to GPIO PB17 of the 9G20 processor. Depress Mode after Green LED illuminates 1. Mode 400AP Operation State Mode Entry Conditions 400AP powered. Mode Button is not pressed Application executes from first bootable media found. the red light Reset Button will illuminate. Mode Button: The Mode button is used to place the 400AP into different operational modes during boot. 2. Red LED State Permanently On . 1. When pressed and released the 400AP is reset. Normal Run Mode Note: If no bootable media is found the 9G20 will boot into SAM-BA mode. 1. Press Mode button LED’s: Red LED: The Red LED is connected to GPIO PB12 of the 9G20 processor. the mode button is available to the Application via 9G2O GPI0 PB18.

For GPS RF Port details. otherwise not populated. view Plug-In Terminus User Manual as reference Front Panel: Rear Panel: Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 13 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . 3.FEMALE Pin Description Center Pin Cellular Signal Outer Conductor SIGNAL Ground For Cellular RF Port details. GPS RF Port: MCX .FEMALE Pin Description Center Pin GPS Signal.Cellular RF Port: SMA .7 Vdc nominal supplied from Terminus to power active antenna. Outer Conductor Signal ground Note: GPS Antenna Interface only available by option. view the Plug-In Terminus Manual as reference.

3v CMOS 3. These screws are located on the back panel of the 400AP where the DB9 and lock header are located. To access the 400AP board.478-G XT-479-G Installing SIM Card into the GSM/HSPA 400AP Step 1.3v CMOS Analog / 3.0v N/A Samtac Part Numbers: Housing: IPD1-10-D-K Contacts: CC79L-2024-01-L Janus Store Part Number: XT. Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM conntinued… Page 14 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice .0v (Active High) RS-232 12.20 Pin Header PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Description 9G20 GPIO (PC0) 9G20 GPIO (PA5) 9G20 GPIO (PC1) 9G20 GPIO (PB19) GND RS485_A CAN0_HI RS485_B CAN0_LO GND GND RS232 TX CAN1_HI RS232 RX CAN1_LO RS232 RTS Enable RS232 CTS VIN GND Direction IN / BI-DIR BI-DIR IN / BI-DIR BI-DIR N/A BI-DIR BI-DIR BI-DIR BI-DIR N/A N/A OUTPUT BI-DIR INPUT BI-DIR OUTPUT IN INPUT IN N/A LEVEL Analog / 3. remove the four TX-10 screws from the ruggedized aluminum enclosure.3v CMOS N/A RS-485 CAN RS-485 CAN N/A N/A RS-232 CAN RS-232 CAN RS-232 12.3v CMOS 3.

Slide out the back panel which will include the 400AP board. Slide the back panel and 400AP board into the aluminum enclosure.Installing SIM Card into the GSM/ HSPA 400AP continued Step 2. slide the top of the cover back to unlock. Step 3. Slide back to unlock Step 5. Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 15 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice . Insert the SIM card in the cover slot and close. Replace the four TX-10 screws and tighten them back on to enclosure. Slide back to original position to lock in place. Step 4. Locate the SIM Card slot on top of the Terminus Plug-In board. To insert the SIM card in the SIM card slot.

Recommended Operating Conditions: Parameter Operational Temperature: GSM400AP V1. It is the applications responsibility to maintain operation within this limit to maintain reliable operation over the life of this terminal product.5 TBD Unit Note °C Volt Watts Amp 1 2 Notes: 1) Peak Supply Power specification is stated as the minimum amount of power the external power supply must supply during the TX burst of the embedded cellular radio.Vil Input Voltage High .0 CDMA400AP HSPA400AP Supply (Supply & Enable Input) Peak Supply Power Average Supply Current Minimum -20 -40 -30 -30 7 - - Nominal - - - - - - - Maximum 65 85 80 80 26 12.3 -25 -8 -42 -0. Please refer to the Plug-In User Manual for power supply characteristics of the embedded Plug-In Module embedded in the 400AP terminal.6 2.html 2) Average Supply Current specification is stated as the maximum average current the 400AP terminal can draw while maintaining junction temperatures within the internal power supply IC’s specifications.1 GSM400AP V2.Vih Output Voltage Low – Vol - Output Voltage High – Voh Output Current .3V CMOS) Parameter Input Voltage Low .2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Notes: 1) Operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those listed under Recommended Operating Conditions is not implied.3V CMOS) VIN (Digital Inputs 1.6 Volt - 8 190 Unit Volt Volt 1 Volt mA kohm Note 1 I/O Levels (RS-232 Transceiver) Please refer to the Texas Instruments data sheet for a complete listing of specifications for the RS-232 transceiver used in the 400AP terminal. Texas Instrument Part Number: MAX3238 Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 16 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice .RPULLUP Notes: 1) Test conditions: Max Io.6 Unit °C Volt Volt Volt Volt Volt Volt Volt Note 1 1. Exposure to Absolute Maximum Rating conditions for extended periods of time may affect device reliability. If transients persist the supply will be latched in a disable state. Plug-In User Manual can be downloaded at http://www.4 - - 75 Maximum 0. I/O Levels (3.3 2 - 2.9 - 40 Nominal - - 0.janus-rc.com/terminuscf. 2) The supply inputs are protected from reverse voltage and transients beyond the Recommended Operating Conditions.8 3. Minimum -0.Electrical Specifications: Absolute Maximum Ratings: Parameter Storage Temperature Supply (Supply & Enable Input) VIN (Digital Inputs 3.8V CMOS) VIN (RS-232 Inputs) VIN (RS-485 Inputs) VIN (CAN Inputs) VIN (USB Inputs) Minimum -40 -36 -0.3 -0.3 Nominal - - - - - - - - Maximum 85 36 3.1 25 13 42 3.Io Pull-up Resistance . Once disabled the supply will need to be cycled off and on to reset.

Maxim Part Number: MAX13430 I/O Levels (CAN Transceiver) Please refer to the NXP data sheet for a complete listing of specifications for the CAN transceiver used in the 400AP terminal. NXP Part Number: TJF1051 T/3 Mechanical Specifications: Terminus 400AP User Guide JA07-UM Page 17 Rev: A03 Date: 05/30/12 © Copyright 2012 Janus Remote Communications All Rights Reserved Specifications subject to change without notice .Electrical Specifications continued: I/O Levels (RS-485 Transceiver) Please refer to the Microchip data sheet for a complete listing of specifications for the RS-485 transceiver used in the 400AP terminal.

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